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East Bengal FC and Jamshedpur FC played out a 0-0 draw in their opening match of the ISL 2023-24 season.
Water break time! This is the last time the coach can give his instructions to the entire team in the match, which enters its last quarter.
Emile Beni was first shown a red card for pushing down Saul Crespo but then the referee overturned the booking and called it back. Everything is happening inside Salt Lake Stadium
There were plenty of chances at both ends as an exciting half of football came to an end. At halftime, East Bengal and Jamshedpur FC were tied 0-0.
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East Bengal will look to recapture the form that helped them start the season when they begin their ISL-10 campaign against visiting Jamshedpur FC at the Salt Lake Stadium on Monday.
The home team, who have finished in the bottom three of the league for the past three seasons, are hoping for a strong start under their new Spanish coach Carles Cuadrat.
The way they started the season by reaching the Durand Cup final had raised expectations. Despite losing the title clash against traditional rivals Mohun Bagan SG by a solitary goal, East Bengal made a statement of their strength and intent.
ISL 2023-24 Live Updates: Cuadrat admitted that this will give his team confidence when they take on former League Shield winners Jamshedpur FC.
“It is important that we have started believing in ourselves. “We started the season showing good dynamics and now we have to take it to another level and show more consistency,” Cuadrat said before the match.
Jamshedpur FC’s new coach Scott Cooper felt that his team, which had been restructured ahead of the season, would improve as the tournament progressed.
“This is a team that should gain momentum as the season progresses. We cannot expect everything to fall into place immediately like some well-established teams like Mohun Bagan or Mumbai City. But we believe we are in a good position and are happy with our current situation,” Cooper said.